I put together small page kits. I kept it to 8x8 which is not my normal size so it was do-able for everyone. Each kit included a photo mat, small paper, a journaling sticker, the Amy Tangerine camera image stamped and cut out and another item. It was a lot of work to put it all together (well it was and it wasn't. More time than effort.) but I'm so glad I have made the effort.
I haven't received any of the pages back yet but I'm so excited to see what people come up with. I'm hoping it will be a fantastic reminder of this wonderful town we are leaving. I know it will. How can it not be? Pages made with love by those we love.
I also created a few pages with everything already adhered for those people too scared to do it however I did give people the kit with pieces positioned in a way they could use. Most of the people receiving the kits were not scrapbookers and were a little intimidated by the process.
So without further ado here are some of the page kits I created.
These are really simple to create. I would suggest if you had kids who were wanting to get into scrapbooking that this be the format you choose for them. It only requires one photo or a few smaller photos, the paper can do most of the embellishing for you and there isn't a lot of white space to fill in. Give it a go. Use a 4 1/2' x 6 1/2' photo mat, a few left over pieces of paper, somewhere to journal and some small pieces cut from your die cutting machine. Simple.
What memory projects have you created of your friends?